37.5 hours per week (30 hours per week considered)
About the opportunity
This is an exciting opportunity to lead the Soil Association’s policy advocacy in Scotland on farming and land use, at a pivotal moment as we move beyond the Brexit transition period. The Soil Association is collaborating widely to build a policy framework that can support a ten-year transition to agroecology and sustainable land use. This role will be instrumental in building networks and influence in Scotland to achieve that goal, working closely with the UK Policy Unit and the Director of Soil Association Scotland.
You will have:
- substantial experience of developing public affairs strategies and plans.
- substantial experience of the Scottish political and policy context and influencing via relevant networks.
- substantial knowledge of relevant issues, including the climate and biodiversity impact of farming and land use.
- high credibility with policy audiences
Interviews are expected to take place: online, 10th February 2021
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